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Sep 9, 2004 | 9:36 PM EDT

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This is a bunch of puzzles from The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings, and Pirates of the Caribbean. I don't know much programming yet, I'm learning. If anybody completes them all, awesome! If you do, tell me so in a review. (They're not THAT hard!) Sorry the pieces don't snap. If you write a review with suggestions on how to program it to make it snap or make it better, thanks. Enjoy!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


i like it , i must come back and play it again... i havent completed them all though, but i will try! :)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

((( FUN GAME )))

This was ok sorta fun, i like puzzles kinda seems like it needs more effort but was fun, you also sould work down the filesize as it was up there not that big of a deal but still coul use some downsizing. also add some maybe mini games so that the puzzle parts dont get repetitive, anyways fun game nice job...



Rated 2 / 5 stars

very average idea...

well, maybe not so much the idea that was bad, but the execution wasnt very good in my opinion... all of the puzzles looked a bit 'n00bish' in that the borders looked really crappy, nothing happened when you completed a puzzle, and it could only entertain someone for so long because it was all the same thing pretty much... you needed to throw a few more ideas in there (different types of music needed, like rock, hip hop, etc).
(THE THUMB: slightly down)

Laladudu responds:

Yeah... This was done just as an experiment, I didnt think it would do so good. It was mainly done to get myself another submissons on NG. I wanted to finish it so I didnt work so long on it. Yes more variety in music, if theres another 1 ill try to improve. Thanks for the review though.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Dude, this game pwns serious ass.
Great work!

Laladudu responds:

Thanks, I'm making a game and there'll be 3 more puzzles from 3 popular animated TV shows.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good start

But needs a bit of refining.

Yah, you need to figure out the "snap to grid" thing, though I would advise against it during gameplay. When you figure it out, maybe have the "snap" as a button you hit when you solve the puzzle. Not having them snap makes the puzzles much more challenging to solve, because if you're out a littl bit on each piece, eventually, nothing seems to line up. (And I actually like that, it adds a layer of challenge).

The othe (minor) beef I had was you need to work on having a better contrast for your backgrounds. I found it a bit eyestraining to figure out what was background and what was a piece for some of them, especially on the on the hard "Pirates" puzzle.

Beat all the puzzles.

Laladudu responds:

Good suggestions, thanks.